I thought you had mentioned that you have fibro. Thanks for taking the time to respond. I hope I can find a good doctor. It sounds odd, but I may ask my chiropractor (who I really trust) if he can recommend one.
I've been treated for an underactive thyroid for ten years. I'm currently just being treated by my regular doctor for it. I tried THREE different endocronolgists, and they all sucked. (pardon my language) One just read blood test results and handed me a packet with a diet (big help) The second one charged two hundred dollars, and spent three minutes with me after I waited an hour for my appointment. I told him as I left that I didn't appreciate him acting like he didn't care and that I wouldn't be coming back. The third one I went to for a few years, and had to leave. I repeatedly had to wait an hour and a half after a scheduled appointment time. The bills were always wrong. The topper was when she took blood from me at six pm, not telling me what it was for. I assumed it was thyroid bloodwork. I went back for a checkup a few months later and she said I needed to go on cholesterol medication. I asked her why, and she said my cholesterol was 210. I said "when did you do a cholesterol test?" She said, at your last appointment. I told her that was at night, and I didn't fast. She turned red and said "oh, we'll have to do another one." Turned out my cholesterol was only 160!
Needless to say, I"m pretty disgusted with doctors. I will try to find a rheumatologist.
If I am diagnosed and do have questions, I hope you don't mind if I send you a personal message.
Thanks so much!
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